Collective Impact

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William F.L. Moses, Kresge Foundation
Published: 05/23/2014

Hosted by The Kresge Foundation, the recent “Celebrating College Access in Michigan” event held in Lansing provided state legislators and foundation leaders a chance to hear about the initiative’s progress and success.

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Funding Area: Education



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Published: 04/03/2014

From FSG and the Aspen Institute, a new online community with tools, resources and discussions for all those interested in collective impact.

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Released: 10/2013

The strategies described in this white paper, researched and written by Northern Trust, offer individuals and institutions the information needed to shape, accelerate and scale desired results.

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Released: 05/2014

From the Collective Impact Forum and FSB, this report provides practical guidance for planning and implementing evaluations of collective impact initiatives.

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Resource Type: Best PracticeReport



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Released: 12/2011

This primer from Exponent Philanthropy will help you undertake a thoughtful planning process that answers two important questions: What do we want to accomplish with our limited resources, and what is the best way to do so?

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Resource Type: Report



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Released: 12/2012

This guide from Exponent Philanthropy will help facilitate discussions among your board members or local community of grantmakers with one purpose in mind: to explore and strengthen a commitment to having an impact with your giving. Eight topics included.

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Resource Type: Best PracticeReport



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Released: 09/2014

Sponsored and curated by the Collective Impact Forum, this new publication shares cutting-edge thinking from 22 practitioners, funders, community organizers, and thought-leaders.

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Released: 01/2015

Many have argued that funders often work within a framework of isolated impact, reviewing proposals for funding in a vacuum and evaluating success based on the impact of individual organizations as opposed to that of systems.

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Resource Type: Best Practice
Audience: All Members